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Hyundai Lantra 19999 Timing Mark

Does the Crankshaft timing mark sit at 10 degrees BTDC or on TDC when setting the timing

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  • seachange Feb 07, 2009

    hi countrysi248 thank you for your quick resonse ... I have had the engine apart and am attempting to rebuild it so need to know where the cransfat timing mark sits. Is it on the TDC or 10 degrees BTDC? Thanks in adavance

  • seachange Feb 08, 2009

    Hi Jerry, thank you for your response (again) I have placed on TDC. Cheers, Craig

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Are you setting the timing belt or just setting the timing with a light ? if you are setting the timing it should be set at about 10 before top dead center or maybe would run a little better at 12 or so thanks jerry holler if you have more .

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  • Jerry Koski
    Jerry Koski Feb 07, 2009

    no if you are putting the timing belt in place you should always work with TDC top dead center .. sorry i am at home and my books are at the shop .. We need to find the marks to set it on before you get too far. Jerry

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